Fate of federal terrorism program may hinge on Treasury report due June 30

WASHINGTON

Property-casualty insurers and commercial insurance buyers are finalizing battle plans to push for extension of the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act as the Bush administration prepares to release a report that will play a key role in determining the fate of TRIA, due to expire on Dec. 31.

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